Alcazar Garden in Balboa Park, San Diego, California
The Alcazar Garden bordered by boxwood hedges, is planted with 7,000 annuals for a vibrant display of colour throughout the year. The garden has been reconstructed to replicate the 1935 design by San Diego architect Richard Requa. Named because its design is patterned after the gardens of Alcazar Castle in Seville, Spain, it lies adjacent to the Art Institute and Mingei Museum. It is known for its ornate fountains, exquisite turquoise blue, yellow and green Moorish tiles, and shady pergola.
If you’d like to join in with the fountain challenge then please pop over to Polianthus for the rules
This month she is looking for unusual details on fountains/unusual fountains. I’m sure she would love to see you.